Found June 22, 2013 on
Sergio Pettis (pictured) is trying his best to be known as Sergio Pettis and NOT Anthony Pettis’ little brother. The up-and-coming 19-year-old is doing a pretty good job of separating himself thus far.
“The Phenom’s” latest accomplishment came Friday night at Resurrection Fighting Alliance 8. He bumped his professional record to a prefect 8-0 after posting a TKO victory over Dillard Pegg to capture the promotion’s inaugural flyweight crown.
While it only took Pettis 51 seconds to dispose of his opponent, in Pegg’s defense, he took the fight on just 10 days’ notice after Jeff Curran pulled out.
The Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee, Wisconsin hosted last night’s show.
Please click the media player below to watch the scrap:
BEST OF MAXIM
In the main event of last nights RFA 8 event, Sergio Pettis, younger brother of UFC lightweight star Anthony Pettis, finished his opponent Dillard Pegg in under a minute of action. The win was Sergio’s third KO/TKO and extended his undefeated streak to 8-0.
Check out the entire fight below:
Bring him on down to the Octagon, Uncle Dana. Within a year he may have as many fights inside the 8-sided cage as his brother has in three. Oh, zing! Nah, I don’t mean to hit Anthony Pettis when he’s down and recovering from yet another injury. I don’t want to make the situation even worse.
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